CNBC runs article about Alcor which includes a video of Alcor member Elaine Walker: “Meet the company offering a chance at immortality for $200,000.“
This author has yet to write their bio.
Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud alcor contributed a whooping 57 entries.
KOLD Channel 13 Tucson News Now article on Alcor: “Scottsdale-based cryopreservation facility doubling size to meet demand.”
California Magazine, published by the UC Berkeley Alumni Association, does a nice article about Alcor. The subheading is “The first man to be cryonically preserved was Berkeley psychologist James Bedford. Half a century later, he’s still on ice.” “Into the Deep Freeze: What Kind of Person Chooses to Get Cryonically Preserved?“
“A Dying Young Woman’s Hope in Cryonics and a Future.”
“These parents cryonically froze their toddler in the hope she might live again.”
“Inside Alcor: the valley based cryogenics facility.” They still confuse “cryogenics” and “cryonics.” Update: Article is now on the Wayback Machine.
Motherboard has posted this article about Alcor’s cryopreservation of a 2-year-old Thai girl: “The Girl Who Would Live Forever.” Update: Now on the Wayback Machine.
Motherboard has a fairly lengthy article about Alcor: “The Art of Not Dying.” Update: Now on Wayback Machine.
“Cryonics believers alive and well in Scottsdale.”
“Bitcoin’s Earliest Adopter Is Cryonically Freezing His Body to See the Future.”